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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    I agree that he seems to have had some attitude problems or cockyness issues.

    However, his recent MMA fight against Minowaman was a textbook example of how to use Judo to control an MMA fight. Whoever trained him for that fight has a very good understanding of how to utilisie Judo in an MMA match.
    Thanks for the update, I don't really follow MMA. I'll see if I can find a video of the fight.

    BTW, I posted a map on how to find me, so bring it on!

    Interesting, I watched the match and see what you mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKR View Post
    Thanks for the update, I don't really follow MMA. I'll see if I can find a video of the fight.

    BTW, I posted a map on how to find me, so bring it on!

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    Part 1:
    YouTube - Dream 16: Ikuhisa Minowa vs. Satoshi Ishii - Round 1 (1080p)

    Part 2:
    YouTube - Dream 16: Ikuhisa Minowa vs. Satoshi Ishii - Round 2 (1080p)

    Its not an 'exciting' fight. I can get you a television quality version if you want.

    I've sent you a PM on Judoforum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    Part 1:
    YouTube - Dream 16: Ikuhisa Minowa vs. Satoshi Ishii - Round 1 (1080p)

    Part 2:
    YouTube - Dream 16: Ikuhisa Minowa vs. Satoshi Ishii - Round 2 (1080p)

    Its not an 'exciting' fight. I can get you a television quality version if you want.

    I've sent you a PM on Judoforum.
    LOL, thanks, youtube is good enough. No, not very exciting, but then I do not find a lot of high level judo matches to be very exciting. The most exciting is watching my own students compete. Now that gets my hear rate up!

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKR View Post
    The most exciting is watching my own students compete. Now that gets my hear rate up!

    Thanks,

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    I absolutely know what you mean, one of 'my girls' was fighting at last year's uni nationals. Her opponent attempted a drop seoi and she blocked it, her opponent flattened out then my student took her back by lifting the legs and then exposed the neck by pushing the head and submitted her opponent with hadaka jime all exactly as I had taught her. I was literally going crazy at the mat edge I think even the judging table were giving me funny looks lol, but it was definitely worth it.

    Its weird to think that 'I' have students when my competitive career is only just starting, yet its incredibly exciting and satisfying to see people apply techniques that you've taught them in competition.

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    Ishii looked pretty good in his most recent fight, too.

    YouTube - Satoshi Ishii v. Katsuyori Shibata - K-1 World Max 2010 Finals

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    Her opponent? After this fight she immediately joined an offbeat religious group and quit her gym a couple days later, talking about beauty and joy.

    Beating someone so bad that they find religion, there should be a word for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tenebrous View Post
    Her opponent? After this fight she immediately joined an offbeat religious group and quit her gym a couple days later, talking about beauty and joy.

    Beating someone so bad that they find religion, there should be a word for that.
    Are you serious ?

    Enlightenment?

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    Are you serious ?

    Enlightenment?

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    Totally serious.

    That's a good one. Maybe "re-education"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by judoka_uk View Post
    I agree that he seems to have had some attitude problems or cockyness issues.

    However, his recent MMA fight against Minowaman was a textbook example of how to use Judo to control an MMA fight. Whoever trained him for that fight has a very good understanding of how to utilisie Judo in an MMA match.
    Satoshi Ishii

    Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Weight 242 lb (110 kg; 17.3 st)


    Minowaman

    Height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Weight 193.6 lb (87.8 kg; 13.83 st)

    If that's Ishii's best display of judo in MMA he's still a work in progress
    (haven't seen the subsequent fights)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindz View Post
    Satoshi Ishii

    Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) Weight 242 lb (110 kg; 17.3 st)


    Minowaman

    Height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Weight 193.6 lb (87.8 kg; 13.83 st)

    If that's Ishii's best display of judo in MMA he's still a work in progress
    (haven't seen the subsequent fights)
    True, but Minowaman is a leglock specialist who has made a career out of beating bigger, stronger guys. His nickname is "The Giant Killer."

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